Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $50.00
Very friendly park. Employees and patrons were very friendly. Lots of activities. Loved the availability of the club house all of the time 24/7. Sites scattered thru the park, sewer hook-ups needed some repairs as they were down in the sod and hard to find and some would not fit sewer hose because they were broken off. Would stay here again. Some traffic noise nut not bad, park was trimmed up nicely and clean. We camped at Snow to Sun in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $45.00
Not a very clean park. Not very appealing when you drive in. Friendly staff working in office and manager is very efficient. They mix motor homes with park models, so that makes the park model lots a lot smaller in size. Pads are very small, and can't put a picnic table on most of them. Picnic table not provided. There is happy hour five days a week 3-4:30pm and dance every Sat. night. So if you like to dance, you might check it out. You have to pay extra for water and electricity, besides rent. We camped at Snow to Sun in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $16.00
Has unlevel grass pads and non-working cable TV and Wi-Fi. Park was clean. Next trip I will check out other parks in the area. The rate was Passport America. We camped at Snow to Sun in a Travel Trailer.
Nice place in a quiet location. Exercise room, nice pool, clean laundry. Rate cited is Texas resident summer rate. Yes, we had to pay $5 per day for Wi-Fi but it worked perfectly. Very nice folks at the office, very convenient location. RV sites up front OK though the first one we tried wasn't sufficiently level. Will definitely make this our way station for final preparations before we return home to Lake Chapala, Mexico. We camped at Snow to Sun in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2008 - $20.00
We camped here for a week used a coupon from the Texas Assoc of Campgrounds so the price was $100 since we were new to the area we spent all of our days exploring the area and did not use the facilities of the campground extensively. Laundry was very clean and neat. Park has a lot of permanent mobile homes which are very well kept. WiFi was a joke, it was provided by an outside vendor which you paid for online. However, we never did get connected so we used computers in the public library in Weslaco. Location is central to everything in Rio Grande Valley. Would stay again if the WiFi were improved. We camped at Snow to Sun in a Motorhome.